Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
BlackBerry at CES 2022 - announcements, updates, and video demos
BlackBerry has made several announcements, and released updates and video demos at the CES 2022 tech event.
BlackBerry and Okta partner to deliver seamless identity and access capabilities
BlackBerry has announced a new technology integration between Okta's Identity Cloud and BlackBerry Spark unified endpoint management.
BlackBerry, Google and Qualcomm join forces to drive advancements in digital vehicle cockpits
VIRTIO is an open standard that defines the interface between Android Automotive OS and the underlying hypervisor.
BlackBerry and Deloitte join forces to secure IoT software supply chains
The partnership will address the increasing complexity and growing cybersecurity threats among multi-tiered software supply chains.
BlackBerry enhances Microsoft 365 cybersecurity integration
BlackBerry UEM and Microsoft 365 customers can enjoy a secure version of modern authentication in the cloud, in addition to on-premises environments.
BlackBerry releases Jarvis 2.0 the latest edition of its flagship analysis tool
BlackBerry has released BlackBerry Jarvis 2.0, the latest edition of its flagship software composition analysis tool.
BlackBerry QNX embedded in over 195 million vehicles, increase of 20 million from previous year
Strategy Analytics finds BlackBerry QNX software is now embedded in over 195 million vehicles, an increase of 20 million from the year before.
BlackBerry and Android partner up to secure Android 11
The partnership means BlackBerry and Android customers will benefit from a versatile and secure platform for enterprise mobility.
BlackBerry, Microsoft enter partnership for Teams integration
"Integrating BlackBerry AtHoc will ensure that any organisation managing critical events using Teams is able to contact, alert, and account for everyone within the organisation directly."
BlackBerry partners with ServiceNow for incident response management
BlackBerry has announced it has entered into a partnership with ServiceNow to integrate the BlackBerry AtHoc service within the Now platform for rapid crisis communications and IT service management.
BlackBerry launches new unified partner programme
BlackBerry has combined its Enterprise and BlackBerry Cylance partner programmes together to launch a new global partner programme in a bid to drive new business growth.
BlackBerry offers comms solutions free for 60 days
BlackBerry Desktop, SecuSUITE for Government, AtHoc and Protect are all available for enterprises in need of secure communications.
BlackBerry Cylance: Latest report reveals global attack surface expansion
"New techniques to obscure malicious payloads and distribute attacks across multiple organisations paid off for threat actors in 2019."
BlackBerry QNX to power Damon Motorcycles CoPilot warning system
"Damon’s new Hypersport Pro is a game-changing model for the motorcycle industry."
BlackBerry adds greater flexibility to partner programme
A new Silver tier has been introduced to the programme to enable authorised partners to broaden their cloud offering.
BlackBerry invests in the evolution of cybersecurity innovation
“Today’s cybersecurity industry is rapidly advancing and BlackBerry Labs will operate as its own business unit solely focused on innovating and developing the technologies of tomorrow."
BlackBerry creates R&D lab to stay on security's cutting edge
BlackBerry has created a new cybersecurity research and development (R&D) unit comprised of more than 120 security experts to drive the company’s mission to drive security innovation.
BlackBerry launches new threat hunting solution
CylanceGUARD is a subscription-based offering that validates, triages, analyses, prioritises, and automates analyst and incident engagement.
BlackBerry + LG accelerate partnership for autonomous vehicles
"We are thrilled to build on and expand our relationship with them as part of our commitment to provide automakers with safety-certified, secure and reliable solutions."
BlackBerry's security software protects 150 million vehicles
BlackBerry’s strong focus on vehicle cybersecurity has earned the company’s technology a place in more than 150 million cars on the road across the world.
BlackBerry Cylance to receive IRAP certification
Company becomes first endpoint security provider to complete assessment to deliver native AI security to Australian federal agencies.
AI-driven security is no longer optional: "It's a requirement"
“The adoption of AI is critical for security teams to gain predictive advantage, particularly to protect against malware and to detect and respond to traditionally evasive non-malware threats."
NATO picks BlackBerry's encrypted voice technology to secure calls
The NCI Agency acquires, deploys and defends communication systems for NATO's political decision-makers and command centres
BlackBerry buys out cybersecurity AI firm Cylance
“We are eager to leverage BlackBerry’s mobility and security strengths to adapt our advanced AI technology to deliver a single platform.”